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Ambleside

/ˈæmbəlˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
a town in NW England, in Cumbria: a tourist centre for the Lake District. Pop: 3064 (2001)
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  • Yesterday morning Mr. Greg called on his way to Paris, to express his regret that he did not see me at ambleside.

  • (crosses to table, turns over leaves of Bradshaw, hurriedly) ambleside!

    Oh! Susannah! Mark Ambient
  • Hence, a romantic and tragic story is told of two skulls which have long haunted an old house near ambleside.

    Strange Pages from Family Papers T. F. Thiselton Dyer
  • Of such charges as were shared by all, two-fifths of one-third was ambleside's share.

    The Church of Grasmere Mary L. Armitt
  • ambleside, when the crisis of the Reformation came, took matters strenuously in hand, as we have seen.

    The Church of Grasmere Mary L. Armitt
  • In 1811, we find Tom at the ambleside meeting for the third and last time.

    Wrestling and Wrestlers: Jacob Robinson
  • The case dragged on; and on October 20th, 1663, a commission sat at ambleside, when witnesses were called on both sides.

    The Church of Grasmere Mary L. Armitt
  • Leave the horse at the Salutation Inn in ambleside when you take the train.

    Playing With Fire Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  • The names of two or three priests who may have served ambleside before the Reformation have already been given.

    The Church of Grasmere Mary L. Armitt
  • After a bathe and a midday meal at Bowness the friends walked on with ever increasing delight to ambleside.

    Life of John Keats Sidney Colvin

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